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CushionSpurge Cushion Spurge, Euphorbia Polychroma, is a mounding, clump-forming perennial which typically grows in a dome shape. It has clusters of poinsettia-like flowers, although the flower cymes are not showy, they are subtended by long-lasting, bright sulphur yellow bracts, which cover the plant and provide quite a show. It blooms so long that you can enjoy its bright yellow flowers for weeks. The red fruit produced in late summer pops off the plant and are projected several feet, and under ideal conditions, may self sow! Cushion Spurge prefers dry, well-drained soils in full sun, and appreciates some light afternoon shade in hot summer climates. However, clumps tend to open up and lose their attractive cushion shape in too much shade. It may rot in wet or heavy clay soils. The plant gets its common name from the cushion-like, dome-shaped growth habit it forms. Use in front to middle of borders, masses, or large rock gardens. * Yellow flowers* Red fruit* Dome shaped

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Satisfaction Hosta Color Changing Margins The Hosta Satisfaction, Hosta 'Satisfaction', is an incredibly spectacular and dramatic gold-edged sport of Hosta Piedmont Gold. 'Satisfaction' is bordered by wide leaf margins that are light green at first, and then turn bright gold in early summer. The gold margins get to be about 2 wide at maturity; near white flowers top the clump in mid-summer. ‘Satisfaction' is a low mounded and stunning hosta. It will have an impact on any area of your shade garden, and the margins turn cream if placed in a sunny location! Hostas grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. Sandy loam is better than clay because it provides more aeration for the roots.It is best to keep areas around hostas clear of excess leaf debris to reduce the presence of slugs and snails. Plantthis low care plant in an area that receives the right amount of light. The leaves need some morning sun to bring out the best coloration; too much sun will burn the leaves. ‘Satisfaction' is most at home in shady, woodland settings and often works well as specimen or edging plant. Because of its brilliant colors, 'Satisfaction' is one of the most show stopping hostas in any garden! * Large Green Leaves with 2 Margins* Margins Change Colors* White Flowers

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Fireball Hibiscus The Hibiscus 'Fireball', is the second most popular Fleming Hibiscus on the market today, growing to a height of 3-4'. 'Fireball' has bright burgundy flowers that explode over purplish 'cut-leaved' foliage. It has the best flower in the Fleming Hibiscus species because of its overlapping nature, texture, red color and outer shape components. It is best to plant this Hibiscus in a full sun area and it will tolerate most soil types. 'Fireball' looks wonderful with grasses, as a background plant or with Hibiscus 'Old Yella' and Hibiscus 'Torchy' or as an alternative plant to Hibiscus 'Lord Baltimore'.

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Hosta Dream Weaver Large Thick Leaves are Slug Resistant Hosta Dream Weaver, Hosta 'Dream Weaver', is a choice sport of the very popular Hosta 'Great Expectations'. The large, distinctive leaves have thick substance and very wide 3 blue-green margins that make a dramatic contrast against the creamy white leaf centers. 'Dream Weaver' is lightly cupped, lightly corrugated and has thick substance. A gorgeous hosta, and the creamy white flowers are just the icing on the cake with this one!It forms a generous mound that really stands out from the rest. This low care perennial is ideal for shady positions. Hostas grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. Sandy loam is better than clay because it provides more aeration for the roots. High-filtered or dappled sunlight is necessary for clean, healthy growth. Morning sun is tolerable and will help to intensify the leaf colors.Dream Weaver' is most at home in shady, woodland settings and often works well as specimen or edging plant. 'Dream Weaver' will become a favorite since it makes a grand statement wherever it is planted! * Thick Large Leaves* Creamy White Centers and Wide Blue Green Margin* White Flowers

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Pink Skyrocket Foam Flower Tiarella Pink Rockets Shine in Full Shade Tiarella Pink Skyrocket, Tiarella 'Pink Skyrocket' (PP#13,382), displays pink flowers that look like little rockets blasting off from the marvelously cut and marked foliage! A very easy to grow perennial that combines well with other shade loving plants like Heuchera 'Obsidian'. Pink Skyrocket cut flowers make wonderfully fragrant bouquets! This plant is an excellent choice for edging in moist, shaded areas and it is evergreen in mild winter regions. 'Pink Skyrocket' will do best in full shade and needs average to moist soil. Try planting this popular perennial with Lamium ‘White Nancy’, Hosta ‘Patriot’ or ‘Japanese Painted Fern’ for color contrasts. To create a more neat appearing plant, remove the old foliage before new leaves emerge. The plant clumps can be divided every 2 or 3 years in the spring. It can be planted as a ground cover or mingled with other shade loving plants. Foamflowers are close cousins to the coral bells, with similar sprays of flowers over a low clump of foliage. *Pink Spikes of Flowers*Palmate Green Leaves*Moistand Full Shade

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